Story: The song of the sauko
The song of the sauko
The song of the sauko which is a bird with a long bill. It seems that it eats a small buck.
1) p.9150v: the sauko eats a small buck shown to Lloyd at the SA Museum, 2) see also song of the sho sho and song of the ||ku and song of the !kan ||ka ||karashe and The song of the ≠ne≠nebbi (woodpigeon) and The song of the ||noruko djo-djo and The song of the mother of the little buck and The song of the ≠na≠n'arro and The song of the Ngogan-a (a little bird) and The song of the !ke tsa'ba (a bird) and The song of the ||gani (a bird) and The song of the !korro-ssin !ku (or Pit-making Bushmen) and A song of the |kam-ssin !ku (or Sun Bushmen) and The song of the !na !na'rishe (a bird), 3) This is found in Book XI & XII-3
29 October 1879
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9146, 9151 & 9151v